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Going to the track tomorrow and put the car on scales with me in it. This is no preload with coil overs on all four corners. Any suggestions? I don’t know anything about suspensions. Anti squat and IC are linked as well. 28x10.5” stiff M/T. Twin turbo 408” ls, 1.80 glide, fab9 4.11 gears

 

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If it goes to the right on launch, shorten the passenger upper bar, slightly (Heim end). Does you ladder bar have an adjustable link on upper or lower bar? That would make it easier to adjust. Some of your driver rear weight will transfer to the drivers side under power.
 

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My adjuster is only on the bottom. I’d have to take them off to adjust the upper length.
 

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With the lower adjuster, lengthen the lower bar, same as shortening the upper. About 2 flats per adjustment. Do it on the scales before you go and you can see what weight is moved. Then go the other way and see just so you will know in case it goes left.
 

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LR 873 RR 869

I didn’t end up going unfortunately. Had some issues, hoping to make it out in 2 weeks now.
 

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LF 1010 RF 884
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I didn’t end up going unfortunately. Had some issues, hoping to make it out in 2 weeks now.
Its going to probably need a little more preload if these are your current weights with the driver. I'd start at the rear with a 25 lb split right to left. Then go from there.
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LF 1010 RF 884
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I didn’t end up going unfortunately. Had some issues, hoping to make it out in 2 weeks now.
Is this with you in the car ..... and with all the fluid levels set like it would be on the starting line?
 
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